"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."
Eleanor Roosevelt
"When you wish upon a star, your dreams come true."
Jiminy Cricket

"There's no place like home."
Dorothy Gale
Home "Dreams are the touchstones of our character."
Henry David Thoreau

"Nothing happens unless first a dream."
Carl Sandburg
"All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them."
Walt Disney
Designer Dachsies
Some people call us mutts or mixes, but DREAM knows we're special.
Our adoption fees are discounted too!

10 Reasons to Love a Mutt

DREAM dogs can take many forms, such as regal sighthounds, playful spaniels, watchful guardian breeds and companionable retrievers. And, sometimes, they can be a unique blend of many breeds. Affectionately called a mutt, a mongrel, a Heinz 57 or an all-American, a dog of mixed or unknown heritage is in no way a lesser breed. He can be just as smart, friendly, loving and trainable as any purebred and he comes with the added advantage of a unique appearance.

Filter by Age: Show All Puppy Young Adult Senior

DREAM Dog Coat Description Status Preferences
Axel

Black & Tan
Smooth
Young
Male
Standard
AVAILABLE Designer Dachsie

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No Young children
No Young children
Dante Derby

Black
Smooth
Young
Male
Mini
AVAILABLE Designer Dachsie

Nellie Nacho

Red
Smooth
Young
Female
Tweenie
AVAILABLE Designer Dachsie

Odie Oboe

Red
Smooth
Young
Male
Mini
AVAILABLE Designer Dachsie

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Heartworm Positive
Heartworm Positive
Ralphie Riviera

Black & Tan
Wirehaired
Young
Male
Tweenie
AVAILABLE Designer Dachsie


Treated for Heartworms
Treated for Heartworms
Rusty Regulation

Red
Smooth
Adult
Male
Standard
AVAILABLE Designer Dachsie

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Terry Tacoma

Black & Tan
Smooth
Young
Male
Mini
AVAILABLE Designer Dachsie

Waldo Whiteout
"Zin"


Cream
Smooth
Young
Male
Mini
AVAILABLE Designer Dachsie

Number of dogs: 8


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Dachshund Sleeping on a Dog Bed
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